Antoine Dechezlepretre
I am a Senior Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics. I am also a Research Economist at LSE's Centre for Economic Performance and a Research Associate at CERNA, Mines ParisTech.
Research interests
  • Climate change policy and innovation
  • International diffusion of low-carbon technologies
Current projects
  • The impact of R&D tax credits on innovation activity (with Elias Einiö, Ralf Martin, Trang Nguyen and John Van Reenen)
  • Environmental regulatory first-movers and technological leadership (with Matthieu Glachant)
  • Clean vs dirty innovation and stock returns (with Cal Muckley)
  • Compliance and enforcement in the EU ETS (with Raphael Calel and Frank Venmans)
  • Assessing the additionality of the Clean Development Mechanism: Quasi-experimental evidence from India (with Jonathan Colmer, Caterina Gennaioli, Matthieu Glachant and Anna Schröeder)
  • The impact of knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies on firms' productivity (with Ralf Martin and Myra Mohnen)
  • Is there a trade-off between dirty imports and clean innovation? (with Damien Dussaux, David Hémous and Mirabelle Muûls)
  • An empirical investigation of the market for patents in France (with Yann Ménière and Justus Baron)
  • The use of patent counts for cross-country comparisons (with Yann Ménière)
Working papers
Reports and policy papers
Non academic publications
  • Fast-Tracking green patent applications (2013), with Eric Lane. Bright Ideas, Fall 2013, 22(2). New York State Bar Association.
  • Fast-Tracking green patent applications (2013). WIPO Magazine 2013(3).
  • Wind power: A model of successful public policy? (2012), with Matthieu Glachant. World Energy Monitor, 2012.
Contact me
Email: A Dechezlepretre    lse ac uk
Phone: +44 (0)207 107 5145
Office: 10.01E, Tower 3, 10th floor
Last updated: June 2015